The Spanish Pablo Carreño and the australian Alex de Miñaur they achieved this Friday the pass to the doubles final of Cincinnati Masters 1000 by beating the American couple 7-5 and 6-4 in the semifinal Steve Johnson and Austin Krajicek.
The duel between the couples who reached the table without being seeded, was always under the control of Carreño and De Miñaur, who always imposed their best serve, hits from the back of the court and the coverage they did on the net.
In addition, in the exchange of blows, Carreño was dominant with excellent placements of balls on the parallel lines that surpassed the American players when they were on the net of the Grandstand court of the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, of Flushing Meadows, where this year the tournament is played, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The rest of Carreño and De Minaur were also consistent and that meant that after one hour and two they took the victory that allowed them to reach a doubles final in a Masters 1000 for the first time.
Their rivals in the final will be the winning pair of the semifinal match between the British Jamie Murray-Neal Skupski against the American Rajeev Ram and the English Joe Salisbury, third seeded.